How to Remotely Shutdown Computers on Network





How to Remotely Shutdown Computers on Network

  • Open the Command Prompt on your computer. You can use the Shutdown program to manage the shutdown process for multiple computers on your network.

Step 1:

Step 2:

  • Type shutdown /i and press Enter. This will start the Remote Shutdown utility in a separate window.

Step 3:

  • Click the "Add" button. This will help to add a computer on your network that you want to manage the shutdown process for.
    • You can add many computers as long as they are all configured for remote shutdown.

Step 4:

  • Enter in the computer name. Enter the computer's name and then click "OK" to add it to the list.
    • You can find a computer's name in its "System" window (Win+Pause).

Step 5:

  • Set your shutdown options. There are several options you can set before you send the shutdown signal:
    • You can choose to shut down the remote computer or restart it.
    • You can warn the users that their computers will be shutdown. This is highly suggested if you know people are using the computers. You can adjust the length of the warning that is displayed.
    • You can add a reason and comment at the bottom of the Window. These will be added to the logs, which is important if you have multiple administrators or need to be able to review your actions later.

Step 6:

  • Click "OK" to shut down the remote computers. If you assign a warning time, the computers will shut down when it expires, otherwise they will shut down immediately.
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